the tax justice network estimates the total wealth tax havens is as much as $26 trillion euros. most of the money belongs to a small group, and it is not the americans and europeans at the top, but rather, asians. in the past four decades, has accounted for the most capital flight, almost one trillion euros, followed by russia with 658 billion euros, and south korea with 643 billion euros. capital flight is a huge problem for developing countries. according to the report, rich citizens from such nations have more money in foreign banks than the total debt of the countries. they put considerable blame on multinational banks which play a key role in capital flight. the wealth is often transferred legally, but countries are losing hundreds of billions in tax revenue. >> the situation is also putting a dent in patriotism.